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The writings of French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan are infamous for their difficulty and renowned for the power of their insights. For the last ten years, Other Press has published a collection of books devoted to the clarification and explication of Lacan's theories and practice. As Lacan's popularity around the world continues to grow, scholars of various disciplines have taken up his ideas to enrich their own fields of interest. Thanks to new contributions by philosophers, literary critics, and psychologists, Lacan's vision of subjectivity and its relation to culture and society are now not only easily accessible but required reading for anyone who acknowledges that the laws of the unconscious loom large in the making of human endeavors. -- from the Fall 2008 Other Press catalogue. Other Press have recently entered into a distribution agreement with Random House.
|Lacan : Topologically Speaking|
|Ragland, Ellie and Dragan Milovanovic (Eds)|
|Other Press | Softcover | 2004 | 189274676X|
|price: $33.00 (not in stock - price may be subject to change)|
|van Haute, Philippe|